Your five-minute guide to the ITU Election 2023
It is once more time for elections here at ITU, but what is the ITU election about? Why and how should you participate? 
Find out more in this five-minute guide to the ITU Election 2023.
Maybe you would also like to run for one of the free seats and get to influence your life at ITU, or maybe you would like to get a seat in the Board of Directors and shape the future of ITU. 
Find out more about how to run by clicking below.
Fire and evacuation exercise at EHK
On Wednesday, 8 November 2023, a fire and evacuation exercise will be conducted in the building at Emil Holms Kanal.

At some point during the day, the alarm will sound, and you then have to leave your workplace and exit the building through the nearest escape route staircase. Only escape routes must be used, just as if it were a real fire. If there is a seal on handles, break the seal and open the door.

Please familiarise yourself with the nearest escape route before Wednesday. Remember, it may be behind you.

If you have any questions beforehand or feedback afterward, please contact FM at
PhD Defence by Christian Janos Lebeda
PhD Student Christian Janos Lebeda is defending his PhD thesis “Differentially Private Release of Sparse and Skewed Data”.

When and where: 10 November, at 13:00 in Auditorium 3.
Will Code For Drinks x Mikkeller
On Friday, 10 November from 16:00-19:00 the legendary Will Code For Drinks will take place in ScrollBar.

The rules are simple: Solve problems in exchange for free drinks. We have teamed up with Mikkeller, the famous Danish brewery, to sponsor delicious beers as you code and collaborate! 

We will also host an internal competition for “Best Team Costume of the Night” with a price on stake. Dress up in matching outfits if you want a chance to win the prize!

Read more about Will Code For Drinks on our website by clicking below.
Distinguished Speaker Series feat. Mikkel Flyverbom
CDW presents our next Distinguished Speaker Series event featuring Mikkel Flyverbom: "Overlit: Seeing, knowing and governing in a datafied world".

Technologies, data and algorithms work as ‘digital prisms’ that make social life visible in novel ways. When social phenomena and our lives become digital and datafied, they are refracted, and this has consequences for human visibilities, knowledge production and the governance of social and political affairs.

In this talk, Mikkel Flyverbom will unpack these developments and discussions. 

When: Friday, 17 November, 14:30-16:30

Read more about the event and register by clicking below.
Feminist Technoscience in Practice: Image Generation
ETHOS Lab invites you to take part in the third and last event in our series ‘Feminist Technoscience in Practice’ on Tuesday, 14 November from 15.30-17.30. 

Our brilliant guest speaker, Ada Ada Ada, Algorithmic Artist, will give a talk on the latent limitations of image generations.

The talk is followed by a workshop on critical prompting with Stable Diffusion.

Participation is free and open for anyone interested, but registration is required. 

Read more and sign up below. 
Join AgarVision - a kaggle competition by AITU
This is your chance to apply techniques, tools, and models from your courses to a real-world dataset! 

Assemble a team or work solo, work whenever and wherever you’d like, and track your progress on the real-time leaderboard.

The competition runs from the 10 to 19 November, and winners will be revealed on 20 November. Please note that the link below will not be active until 10 November. 

Do not miss this chance to showcase your skills!

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